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Christopher D. Carson
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D. Christopher Carson

PH: (205) 458-5372
Fax: (205) 244-5617
PH: (205) 458-5285
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Chris practices in the Litigation and Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy sections with a focus on commercial litigation, product liability and toxic tort litigation. He also has experience in handling debtors and creditors in state, federal district and bankruptcy courts.

Chris is a member of the Alabama State Bar, the Tennessee State Bar Association, the Texas State Bar Association, the American and Birmingham Bar Associations, the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association, the Defense Research Institute and the Transportation Lawyers Association. In 2010, Chambers USA selected Chris as among the “Up and Coming” group of attorneys in the area of Bankruptcy/Restructuring and named Chris a “Leader in their Field” in 2011 and 2012. He has also been selected for inclusion in Alabama Super Lawyers listings since 2010 and is listed in Best Lawyers in America.

Chris received his B.A. in 1989 and his J.D. in 1993, both from the University of Alabama. During law school, he was an Editor for the Alabama Law Review, a Hugo Black Scholar and a member of the Moot Court Board. He is admitted to the Alabama Bar, the Tennessee Bar and the Texas Bar.

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  • Lead debtor’s counsel for chapter 11 distributor of fruits and vegetables that had been in business for over 100 years and had annual revenues exceeding $135,000,000.00. Liquidating the Debtor’s property in order to pay valid PACA claims, administrative expenses, and unsecured claims, including claims made by former employees for unpaid wages.
  • Coordinating counsel for manufacturing client in connection with asbestos claims. Coordinate defense of claims asserted across the nation.
  • Lead counsel for a publicly traded global manufacturer in negotiating new supply agreement for automotive parts and ultimately the divestiture of its automotive assets.
  • Lead counsel for foreign automotive manufacturer in supplier bankruptcy. In that role negotiated a post-confirmation supply agreement and continue to work in connection with sale and disposition of debtors assets which are used to make parts in order avoid an interruption in supply.